The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
Do not use where there are extremes of temperature (below 5°C or
exceeding 35°C) or where direct sunlight may strike it.
Because of the CD player's extremely low noise and wide dynamic
range, there might be a tendency to set the volume on the amplifier
unnecessarily high. Doing so may produce an excessively large out-
put from the amplifier which could damage your speakers.
Sudden changes in the ambient temperature may cause condensa-
tion to form on the optical lens inside the unit. If this happens, take
out the disc, leave the unit for about 1 hour, and then proceed to
The system's speakers use powerful magnets. Do not place
timepieces, credit cards, cassette tapes or video tapes, etc. near the
Do not install this equipment in a confined space, such as a book
case or built in cabinet.
No object filled with liquids, such as vase, shall be placed on the
CONNECTIONS (Fig. 2)
Do not connect the mains lead to an AC outlet until all connections
have been made.
The system is not completely disconnected from the mains when the
z/ON button is set to the z position.
Connect the connector of the left speaker lead to the "L" SPEAKERS
socket and the connector of the right speaker lead to the "R" socket.
If you have difficulty inserting the speaker lead connector, turn it over
and reinsert it.
In areas close to a transmitter the simple indoor aerial is sufficient to
receive broadcasts. Extend the aerial wire as straight as possible and,
while listening to the sound from the system, secure it in a position which
yields minimal distortion and noise.
AM loop aerial
Assemble the loop aerial as shown in Fig. 3a. Unwind the aerial wires,
then connect them to the LOOP AM terminals. Place the loop aerial in a
position which yields the best AM reception, or attach it to a wall or other
surface as shown in Fig. 3b.
To minimize noise, the speaker, mains and any other leads should not
come close to the FM aerial lead and AM loop aerial. Do not place the
aerial leads close to the system.
Connect stereo headphones (not supplied) to the PHONES socket for
monitoring or for private listening. The speakers are automatically dis-
connected when headphones are connected.
CD player/Tuner/Generals (Fig. 1a)
1. Remote sensor (IR)
3. Tuner function/Band select button (TUNER/BAND)
4. Preset button (PRESET)
5. CD play/pause button (PLAY/PAUSE, i)
6. Volume control (VOLUME)
7. Skip/Search/Tuning buttons (f/TUN -, e/TUN +, SKIP/SEARCH)
8. Headphones socket (PHONES)
9. Stop button (STOP/n)
10. Memory button (MEMORY)
11. Function button (FUNCTION)
12. Power button (z/ON)
13. CD compartment open/close button (CD OPEN/CLOSE)
14. Sound preset button (SOUND)
15. Bass expander button (BASS)
16. Surround button (SURROUND)
17. Clock/Timer button (CLOCK/TIMER)
18. Record button (REC)
19. Play button (PLAY)
20. Rewind button (REW)
21. Fast forward button (FFWD)
22. Stop/Eject button (STOP/EJECT)
23. Pause button (PAUSE)
24. Cassette holder
Controls (Fig. 1b)
1. Power button (z/ON)
2. Sleep button (SLEEP)
3. Function button (FUNCTION)
4. Tuner function/Band select button (TUNER/BAND)
5. Preset tuning button (PRESET)
6. FM mode/Repeat button (FM MODE/REPEAT)
7. Play/Pause button ( I )
8. Skip/Search/Tuning buttons (F, E, - TUNE +)
9. Stop button ( N )
10. Memory button (MEMORY)
11. Volume buttons (- VOLUME +)
12. Number buttons (1-9, 0)
Number buttons (1-9, 0)
These buttons are used to select the track numbers on a disc or preset
If the function is "CD'', the buttons select the track numbers on a disc.
If the function is "TUNER", the buttons select preset radio stations.
With any other function, the buttons will not function.
Two buttons must always be pressed.
To select No. 3, press 0, then 3.
To select No. 10, press 1, then 0.
To select No. 25, press 2, then 5.